Datapoint Negerhollands/Interrogative pronouns

Waple 'where' and wa-tit 'when' are clearly compound forms. On the basis of De Josselin de Jong (1926) I could not find out the words for 'when'. Magens (2008) does give words for 'when', so I used these, even though they are roughly 150 years older forms, because the words Magens (1770) gives for 'how', 'where' and 'who' practically didn't differ from the 1926 forms either.

Values

Two compound expressions

Example 27-19:
ho(so)/huso
ho(so)/huso
how(so)
how

Source: De Josselin de Jong 1926: 53

Example 27-20:
wā(so); (a)wapi; api, ape; waple
wā(so);
where(so)
(a)w-api;
where-where
api,
where
ape;
where
wa-ple
what-place
where

Source: De Josselin de Jong 1926: 66

Example 27-21:
(a)widi; awi
(a)wi-di;
who-det
awi
who
who

Source: De Josselin de Jong 1926: 71

Example 27-22:
waneer; watit
waneer;
when
wa-tit
what-time
when

Source: Magens 2008: 43

Confidence:
Certain